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The Final Report of the First Meeting of the Standing Committee on Services for Aviaton (SC-AVI) Expert Team on the Impacts of Climate Change and Variability on Aviation (ET-CCV-1) is now available here. The meeting was held online on 1, 2 and 3 December 2021. Working documentation addressed during
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WMO expertise has contributed to an article titled 'Progress in protecting air travel from volcanic ash', published in the January 2022, Issue 1, Volume 84 of the Bulletin of Volcanology. Article abstract: The Eyjafjallajökull eruption of 2010 demonstrated the far-reaching impact of ash clouds and
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Issue 2/2021 of the WMO Services for Aviation Newsletter has just been issued. The newsletter, issued two times per year, brings the meteorological and aviation communities up-to-date on some of the latest developments within WMO, its Members and its partner organizations such as ICAO. The latest
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Lead by WMO: Addressing climate impacts and resiliency of the energy infrastructure Thursday, 4 November 2021, 08:00-09:00 UK time (👉Recorded video) Managing Interconnected Power Grids for Carbon Neutral Electricity Friday, 12 November 2021, 11:30-12:30 UK time (👉 Recorded video) Co-lead by WMO
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The SWCEM Newsletter Issue 5, October 2021 has been published.
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The SWCEM Newsletter Special Issue, August 2021 has been published.
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Volume 22 (November 2021) of the WMO Aircraft-Based Observations Newsletter is now available. The previous Newsletters can be found under the Activity Area of Aircraft-Based Observations.
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Volume 22 (November 2021) of the WMO Aircraft-Based Observations Newsletter is now available. The previous Newsletters can be found under the Activity Area of Aircraft-Based Observations.
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These Best Practice Guidelines are intended to provide technical guidance on current state-of-the-art technologies in urban greenhouse gas information systems. It lays out the available methodologies and how they can best be implemented, as well as guidance on the end-user outputs that might be
High Impact Weather Citizen Science Guidance
In 2015, the WMO (World Meteorology Organization) WWRP (World Weather Research Programme) established the High-impact Weather Project (HIWeather). The 10-year research project is aimed at achieving dramatic improvements in the effectiveness of weather- related hazard warnings, following recent